Build your Vocabulary with more than 1300+ free online practice questions/words
The GRE verbal reasoning section is most difficult and requires maximum preparation (Good vocabulary is key to success).
The verbal test is scored on a scale of 130-170, in 1-point increments.
GRE Verbal exam has questions on Reading Comprehension, Text Completion, Sentence Equivalence.
The test consists of 1300+ questions. You have to select right synonym.
Use of libel ...
I forget-- what's the difference between slander and libel? Well, slander is any kind of defamation, including but not limited to the written word: sign language, gestures, the spoken word are all slander as well. Libel's defined by exclusively the ...
Voorhees is suing CU, Koster and other people involved in the project on several allegations, including defamation and libel, because Koster allegedly copied other parties on the email, and for breach of oral contract. "If Prof. ...
Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian The judge who has allowed a financier to bring a secret libel suit against his own sister-in-law defended his decision to make all the parties anonymous on Wednesday, in the wake of the uproar over ...
A New York appellate court ruled on Thursday that courts need to consider the “freewheeling, anything-goes” writing style that prevails on the Internet when evaluating Internet communications for libel. The New York Supreme Court Appellate Division in ...
Toughest GRE Words
Below are some words (from our collection of 1300+ words) which were answered wrong by most users..
- quibble : try to avoid by sophistication
- arrant : in the highest degree
- recreancy : cowardly
- foment : put something warm (to lessen the pain)
- lucubrate : write in scholarly fashion
How Important is Verbal GRE?
Lot of international students ask... : I have a good score in TOEFL and if GRE Verbal really important? The short answer is YES. Again to improve vocabulary learn words/synonyms and their usage. Practice as much as you can. Reading quality text is very important(swallowing vocab words may not help a lot).
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